Active Short Tights - Grey

500,00 DKK Sale Save
Size XS

The oncourt tights with short leg are made for professional padel usage. This compact fit is complementary to the demands of an intense padel match. For premium comfort our oncourt tights are made with flatlock so the stitching doesn't scratch your skin or cause any other discomfort. Our easy access pocket design secure a smooth and comfortable experience when serving. Our high waist and a wide waistband support the tights with breathability whilst keeping the tights in place during your padel match. The style is made with a lot of lycra to improve optimal comfort and movement when playing. Our short padel tights are made in Portugal with recycled fabric from Spain with ECOREC® polyester and elastane.

The female model is wearing size S and is 178 cm tall.

ECONYL® regenerated nylon is a product that can help you close the loop. Made from waste, it's infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It's all part of the ECONYL® brand vision to make the world a better place by pioneering closed loop regeneration processes and delivering sustainable products. STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Certified according to annex 4. Product class: 2. Type of certified article: Knitted fabrics ready for printing and dyed in different colours, including fluorescent, with or without water-repellent finishing in: recycled polyamide (minimum 20%, from pre and post consumer material) and recycled polyester (minimum 20%, from post consumer material) blended with Lycra® (elastane), polybutylene terephthalate polyester, elastolefin. Raw materials, preparation and dyeing processes pre-certified according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®.

Wash at or below 30°C, Do not tumble dry, Iron inside out on low temperature and never directly on the print, Do not dry clean, Do not bleach

Our sustainability efforts

At Cuera®, sustainability is at the forefront of our values. We are aware of our environmental and social impact and believe that all decisions should be made with empathy and consideration for every being and entity that may be affected.

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